- For decoration purposes there is an eyelet on the back side for hanging on walls.
- Due to the handmade nature of this product, colors and design may vary slightly.
Day of the Dead Majolica Oval Platter
Majolica pottery originated in the 16th century and is primarily distinguished by the milky-white glaze used after the first firing. Majolica pottery is a diverse category of clay arts under which, Spanish-influenced Talavera and Italian Maiolica are sub-genres. Mexican Majolica primarily differs from traditional Talavera in the art form and use of colors. Traditional Talavera is known for its intricate pattern work whereas Majolica uses more free-form designs and artwork.
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